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Lower Lid Retraction Surgery Correction
I am a male in my mid 40's Over a year ago I had spacer grafts, canthoplasty,and cheek lift to fix my lower lid retraction from prior eyelid surgery years back. I feel my lower lid retraction has been corrected, but the inner part of my lower lid closest to the nose angles up. This only happens when I make certain facial movements. Is this a possible side effect/risk to this surgery and is there anyway to fix this without having major surgery again?
Additional Information Added 8/1/2011
I just wanted to be clarify that both pictures I posted were taken after my surgery, not before. One pic I'm squinting the other m'm not. I have added two photos prior to surgery just to be clear and actually hope if you do have time to respond again it stays the same response. Sorry, if I was unclear at all. Thanks again.
Lower lid retraction surgery--can this be better?
More is NOT Better/Lower Eyelid Surgery
Revisional lower eyelid retraction surgery
The landing zone for making this better is very small.
Lower lid retraction
Correction of lower eyelid retraction
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